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National Conversation on Civil Rights & Individual Freedom: President Jimmy Carter & Derreck Kayongo

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On May 21-22, 2016, the National Archives presented a National Conversation on Civil Rights and Individual Freedom in partnership with the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum in Atlanta, GA. This two-day event addressed the challenges to and future of civil rights and individual freedom, and featured a Q&A session with former President Jimmy Carter and Derreck Kayongo, CEO of the National Civil and Human Rights Center on Friday, May 20.

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